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Waterfowl in the Spring


Published 1953


Presents close-ups of many North American ducks including the canvasback, the ruddy duck, green-winged and blue-winged teal, a drake mallard, and a pintail. Depicts a female redhead and a female gadwall at their nests, as well as newly hatched shovellers. Shows scenes of flocks of blue, snow, and Canadian geese, whistling swans, pied-billed and western grebes, and marsh hawks.


Producer Minneapolis-Moline Company.
Audio/Visual sound, color

Reviews

Reviewer: Spuzz - - February 22, 2014
Subject: Happy Hunting! (but not in the spring!)
Apparently made begrudgingly by hunters, Waterfowl In The Spring takes a hilarious turn right off the bat by stating how much fun it is to shoot ducks and other waterfowl in the summer, fall, and winter, but because of some stupid laws. can't do it in the spring.. Oh well, you still have your cameras! This seemingly sarcastic tone runs throughout the film, making this otherwise mundane nature film hilarious. Highly reccomended!
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